Geigerrig 700 Tactical with Pressurized Hydration System Backpack Review


700 Cubic Inches of High Quality, Tactical Pack Capacity. Reversible, dishwasher safe, pressurized hydration reservoir. Filter Ready. 70 Oz. The simple spray action of the Geigerrig hydration system enables the water to be sprayed for cooling, cleaning, and sharing. The spray action of Geigerrig also enables the use of a Geigerrig plug-n-play, in-line water filter for on-the-go filtration of water found along the trail. Simply refill from a river, stream, lake or pond; pressurize the reservoir; and then plug in the small, lightweight Geigerrig filter. Now you can safely drink the crisp, cold stream water. No longer do you have to worry about running out of water. Carry less water; use the water as you need for cooling, cleaning and sharing; and refill from water found along the route. At day’s end, turn the reservoir inside out to clean it and to dry it. Reservoir is dishwasher safe, top shelf. Front Molle webbing for attaching pockets. Lateral quick-release compression straps. Elevated padded air mesh back panel. Internal guardian back frame for stable, comfortable pack ride. Two large zipper compartments with internal accessory organizer pockets. Removable waist belt. Highly durable 500D cordura. Insulated drink tube with bite valve cover. Box-Stitched pack handle, heavy duty pack handle. Capacity for a small lunch, extra socks, extra under-shirt, map, cell phone, light weight wind shirt, etc. The pack is 20″ long, 11″ wide, and 2.125 lbs. Perfect for military and police, obstacle course racing, mountain biking, hunting, hiking, etc. The reservoir is 11″ tall, 7″ wide. The reservoir (or bladder) can be easily transferred from this pack to any other pack or hydration bag. Your Geigerrig pressurized hydration reservoir has a lifetime warranty for any leaks. Don’t forget to buy a Geigerrig filter.

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